Staff Reporters
Mar 23, 2010

Google Buzz vs Facebook

As Google stakes its claim in social media, we ask two online experts, Lee Smith, CEO of digital for Asia-Pacific at Omnicom Media Group, and Barney Loehnis, head of digital for Asia-Pacific at OgilvyOne, what it will take for Buzz to triumph over Facebook.

Who would triumph in a fight Buzz or Facebook

Lee Smith pictured left, CEO of digital for Asia-Pacific at OMG
It’s pretty early days for Buzz. In terms of a fight, you’ve got Facebook as the current heavyweight champion, but Buzz as an upcoming contender that comes from a long family history of rising to the top. Buzz is floating like a butterfly at the moment.

Barney Loehnis pictured right,...

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